So who's interested in Saab again? Looks like a lot of people are. A post on Saabs United, around "6-7 serious bidders" are trying to buy the remains of Saab. According to a report, whatever company wins the Saab deal won't necessarily be the highest bidder but with the package that looks the most capable of getting Saab back into the game of making and selling cars.
Germany's AutoBild suggests that the actual number of interested parties numbers around 14, though there's no confirmation, and no indication on how serious all those parties are.
BMW has plans to increase its product portfolio, which leaves to thought, could there be a joint BMW-Saab platform to come? Or will Saab go in bed with a Chinese automaker? Or General Motors? Either way, we'll know for sure, next week.
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